Three directors of a defunct bank in rural Indiana have persuaded a congressman to launch an investigation into its closing by federal regulators.

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ordered 127-year-old Rushville National Bank to close nearly five years ago, saying the bank- which then had $40 million of assets-was insolvent.

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